Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Gentle Reads

Are you looking for a good, read without objectionable language and a lot of violence? Consider reading some of the library's Christian fiction titles. Writers of Christian fiction cross over several genres from humor to history and everything in between.

If you are looking for a laugh, try the Sisterchicks series by Robin Jones Gunn or the Weddings by Bella series by Janice Thompson.

Are you in the mood for a Mystery? Try the Morning Shade series by Lori Copeland, Mystery at Clareton Manor by Kathleen Newberg, or In Search of Eden by Linda Nichols.

Since February is Black History Month you might consider some African-American fiction, such as the Jubilant Soul series by Stacy Hawkins Adams, What a Sista Should Do by Tiffany Warren, or Let the Church Say Amen by ReShonda Tate Billingsley.

If adventure and suspense is your thing you may enjoy one of the series listed here:
If you enjoy books with corresponding movies try The Note by Angela Hunt, Like Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury, the Love Comes Softly series by Janette Oke or Fireproof by Eric Wilson.

And, if you prefer books based on Bible history and times, then give a go to the Chronicles of the Kings series by Lynn Austin, the Sons of Encouragement series by Francine Rivers, or the Jesus Chronicles by Tim LaHaye.

Mary Sue @ Warrenton Library

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